Last night saw Maxim Australia magazine put on a fabulous party at Casablanca Double Bay, that attracted many stylish celebrities including the March issue of Maxim cover girl and Kyle Sandiland’s girlfriend the gorgeous Imogen Anthony, Maxim cover girl and former Miss Australia and Miss Universe Renae Ayris, Bachelor’s Olena Khamula, Heather Maltman, Zilda Williams, Bec Chin, Davey Lloyd, and Dave Billsborrow, The Bachelorette’s Jake Ellis, Married At First Sight’s Jess Waldrop, Christie Jordie, Andy Ankers, Craig Keller, and Simone Brennan, radio star Mel Grieg, model Fiona Falkiner, Survivor’s Sam Webb, and MKR winner Will Flood.
Out front was a Lamborghini surrounded by pretty Maxim girls in trademark leotards. Lots of Baron Samedi rum cocktails were had and lots of dancing. A fantastic night and pre valentines celebration!
Rose McEvoy in Zachary dress and YSL shoes, Rachael Ayris in Kendall + Kylie top, Faake It skirt and Kookai shoes, and Renae Ayris in AndCo dress.
Lisa Ho, and Jessie-Lee Ferguson in Forever New dress and shoes.
Imogen Anthony in her own ensemble.
On Friday, MAXIM Australia celebrated its fourth birthday in style with a VIP cocktail party at Casablanca, Double Bay.
400 VIP guests attended including Anja Nissen winner of The Voice 2014, MAXIM Cover girl and Celebrity Apprentice star Gabi Grecko along with her husband Geoffrey Edelsten, singer Krystie Steve, sports star Anthony Mundine, singer/dancer Tim Omaji, international model Rob Evans, model Imogen Anthony, Parramatta Eels player Beau Champion, actor Axle Whitehead, actor and presenter Mike Goldman, MAXIM TV host James Kerley, MAXIM Australian Swimwear Model of the Year Casey Boonstra and MAXIM cover girl Sheridyn Fisher.
Guests danced and dined the night away as they enjoyed Patron Tequila Mojito and Margherita cocktails, Patron XO Café Dark Cocoa shots, Treasury Wines Estate wines and Zeven Lemon beer. We had our make-up done at the Revlon booth so we were ready for photos.
Guests were provided premium gift bags worth over $300 including a copy of the MAXIM August issue, Mercedes-Benz or Dunhill perfume, and selfie stick.
It was a fantastic night that Maxim, like its magazine and TV, are synonymous for.
Maxim Australia celebrated its third issue of the annual Hot 100, holding a Jim Beam Devil’s Cut Maxim Hot 100 Party at Café del Mar Sydney.
300 guests attended the red carpet event. Celebrities in attendance included Maxim Australia cover girl, model and girlfriend of Kyle Sandilands Imogen Anthony, TV presenter and personal trainer Ali Mutch, model Amy-Jane Brand, The X Factor contestant Reigan Derry, Miss World Australia 2011 and presenter Amber Greasley, Maxim TV hosts Lana Kington and James Kerley, model and Kyle & Jackie O’s True Love Bachelorette Krystal Dawson, Beauty and The Geek presenter James Tobin, actors Firass Dirani and Salvatore Coco, Australian Athlete John Steffensen, UFC fighters Ross Pearson and James Te Huna and hip hop pioneer Rodney O.
The social set enjoyed the view and sunset over Darling Harbour, the Jim Beam cocktails and our favourite the Devil’s Cut pre-mix with Cola. and danced the night away to DJs Jamie Vale and The Faders.
Amy-Jane Brand, Imogen Anthony wearing vintage Versace & Krystal Dawson.
Lana Kington with the Maxim and Devil’s Cut models.
Reigan Derry & Santi Pintado.
Milly Gattegno and Suhana Lye.
The wonderful view from Cafe del Mar.
Maxim magazine cover featuring Iggy Azalea.
The buzz was electric at Marquee Sydney’s Purple Tier Members Launch. With body suited girls with trays of champagne greeting the guests to this exclusive event, actors in gorilla suits and the quantum of staff on hand to arrange memberships to the group of specially chosen invitees, made for a night unlike any other at Marquee.
The party was held in The Boom Box. Beautifully girls dressed in white holding birdcages and carrying feathered burlesque-style accessories added an element of Gatsby to the night, which has become the theme of the year.
A chocolate and lolly table featured in the room of the club with the DJ playing predominantly RnB. Later, the party shifted to the Main Room with tables reserved for the now new members and the club provided their lovely service girls to serve the provided vodka, scotch and mixers. And the dancing continued on to the wee hours.